Fortbildung für Lehrer*innen – Vorstellung neuer Bildungsmaterialien
Das Seminar wird in englischer Sprache stattfinden.
Past2Present4Future (P2P4F) is a youth remembrance activism initiative of four partner organizations from Serbia, Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Croatia. Its goal was to engage young people from these countries in year-long activities focusing on remembrance and exploration of historical-contemporary dilemmas, focusing in specific on World War II and the lingering legacy of National Socialist crimes in Europe.
During the project, young people created new Memory Walk short films, as well as a short documentary following their discussions and experiences throughout the project.
We are organizing this teacher training seminar in order to present teachers with new lesson plans and history education materials created by young people for their peers.
Who can participate
We invite high school teachers (or teachers of final grades of elementary school), from the fields of history, civic education, philosophy, or ethics who will find the topics and materials the seminar will cover useful in their work. Teachers from other disciplines are welcome to apply too if they can demonstrate that attendance in the seminar will be useful in their work. Finally, future teachers of history or civic education as well youth workers active in the field of historical human rights education are also welcome to apply.
The language of the seminar will be English.
When and where
The seminar will take place in Cologne (Germany) from 01.04. to 02.04.2022. The program will start on 01.04. at 15:00 until 20:30 and end on 02.04. from 09:00 until 14:30. Location will be announced to all participants per e-mail.
Travel costs, as well as meals (dinner on Friday and lunch on Saturday) and hotel accommodation costs during the seminar, are covered by the organisers.
COVID-19 safety rules and requirements
This event will be a 2G+ event (vaccinated or recovered) and tested.
How to apply
Please fill out the registration form by 15th April.
The seminar is co-funded by EVZ Foundation and the Federal Foreign Office.